Prison News Service – a Bulldozer Publication

Prison News Service – a Bulldozer Publication http://prisonfreepress.org/Prison_News_Service.htm Back Issue Catalogue Since the 1970s, the North American prison struggle has produced a tremendous body of theoretical, strategic, and inter-organizational analysis in its historic standoff with the U.S. regime of imprisonment. Yet only a handful of scholars pay concerted attention to texts circulating and events unfolding … Continue reading Prison News Service – a Bulldozer Publication

Primary Sources: Freedom Archives

The lists below are archival sources that I will be studying over the next two years. Significant portions of the archival resources I am working with are housed at the San Francisco Freedom Archives, the Southern California Library, the DePaul library special collections, and my bookshelf. The majority of the project, however, will be based … Continue reading Primary Sources: Freedom Archives

Black Liberation and the Abolition of the Prison Industrial Complex

An Interview with Rachel Herzing The specific timing of this interview is important to highlight, as we’re now about midway through Black August. Could you possibly explain what Black August is, and why it is so important for people to recognize today? Rachel (RH): Black August is a call for reflection, study, and action to … Continue reading Black Liberation and the Abolition of the Prison Industrial Complex